Tuesday, September 6

Jango Airplay Top 10



Here are the Top 10 Jango Airplay bands for the week ending September 5th. A fresh lineup with a lot of new bands reaching the top 10 this week. Support them with you feedback in the comment section.

#1: Daniella Alcarpe
Daniella Alcarpe is a Brazilian singer offering true Brazilian music - a mix of traditional instruments like bandolim, cavaquinho & cuĂ­ca with guitars, sax, flute and keyboard.

Click to hear Daniella Alcarpe:
 Vestidim
#2: Tulsi
Tulsi is an independent hip-hop artist based in Seattle, he wrote his first song at age 12 and performed his first set at fourteen. Since then he's honed his voice, released three full-length albums and played hundreds of shows.

Click to hear Tulsi:
 Crooked Letter
#3: Jason Ehleben
Singer-songwriter Jason Ehleben began playing piano at the age of 5, and guitar followed soon after. He recently released "Wake," his first full-length, instrumental album featuring an organic blend of film score & bluegrass influences.

Click to hear Jason Ehleben:
 Wake
#4: StoryBox
"Once upon a time, there was a band called StoryBox..." Hailing from Istanbul, StoryBox plays a vibrant blend of Western rock and Turkish pop sensibilities.

Click to hear StoryBox:
 Kill The Calf
#5: Aron Seals
Aron Seals is a rock/fusion guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. His music is heavily influenced by film scoring, and makes use of midi guitar to play various stings sounds while accompanying the solo guitar.

Click to hear Aron Seals:
 Fearless
#6: Alex Tiuniaev
Alex Tiuniaev is a composer, producer and performer from Moscow. Having released his debut on renowned UK indie Cold Spring Records, Alex is now working on a variety of projects, including collaborations with rock & electronic musicians from around the globe.

Click to hear Alex Tiuniaev:
 Daylight
#7: One Step Away
One Step Away got their start competing in battles of the bands, winning regularly with their sunny, melodic rock. A few short years later they're now in rotation on more than 125 radio stations and touring nationally.

Click to hear One Step Away:
 Hook Line And Sinker
#8: R.E.D.
After a tumultuous early career and split from his first group, New York-via-the-West Indies rapper R.E.D. is refocused & ready. Early this year he released a pair of singles, "It's Clear" and "You're My Wife" to strong audience response.

Click to hear R.E.D.:
 It's Clear
#9: Romel Pasetes
Smooth jazz artist Romel Pasetes developed a life-long passion for music after discovering at the age of 11 that he was able to play songs heard on the radio by ear. His latest album, "A Little Closer To You" was inspired by the beautiful little things we so often take for granted.

Click to hear Romel Pasetes:
 Afternoon Breeze
#10: Sad Alice Said
Ukrainian septet Sad Alice Said play a distinctive blend of gothic metal with elements of doom, decorated in a symphonic wrap and multifaceted semantic filling.

Click to hear Sad Alice Said:
 Open Your Eyes

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What incentive do listeners have to buy artist (know or unknown) music if they can listen for free on their phones, laptops, etc all day long??
Jango profits by the ads, which is great. But what incentives can you give your listeners to purchase the artist music so they can keep making more of it and stay on Jango??

Thank You

Anonymous said...

i pay a lot on here as a artist and it is a great tool but i think jango should offer a radio station that plays all the time were we can have our music be heard to millions of people at one time instead of one by one person jango you have the genre stations this will be a great ideal if you had those stations as a regular radio station were it plays all the time so no matter what time you tune in everybody will hear the same song this is how kmel and 949 can break artist in the music industry and jango is better but if you do this you will get more artist like me happy and more artist will love it and will want to spend more money jango i am pleading with you please have something like this this is what artist need to make it big in the music industry jango is the outlet we just need more people to hear our music and if you turn these genre stations into regular radio stations you will give the independent artist the tool it needs to compete with the major labels and finally get our music to the masses

Anonymous said...

To the anonymous poster that starts their post with, "What incentive do listeners have to buy artist (know or unknown) music if they can listen for free on their phones, laptops, etc all day long??"; In my opinion you cannot look at Jango as a money-making resource, if you are you will most likely be let-down based on your very first comment." I do think people that really like your music will buy it, but moreover they will become your fan. This is marketing 101. Once you have a fan-base you can market perfomance dates, albums, merchandise etc. Your priority is to get your music out there, free or otherwise. That is the game these days. Even "big" artists on "big" labels dont make serious money with album/song sales anymore.